Cardinal Marketing, Inc. Bites into PCBs with New Board Shark PCB Agreement


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Cardinal Marketing, Inc., an independent manufacturers’ representative firm, is pleased to announce that it has signed on Board Shark PCB as its newest line. The company represents leading automated manufacturing equipment and consumable products in the states of Illinois and Wisconsin.

Bruce Clark, Co-owner at Cardinal Marketing, stated: “We are thrilled to be representing Board Shark. Our discerning customers are constantly looking at ways to improve ROI while at the same time produce quality. Board Shark is that solution to a pain free reliable single source.”

Board Shark PCB offers quality PCBs, on-time, at the best total cost. The company offers expertise in different niches of PCB and flex circuit manufacturing, giving Board Shark the unique ability to not only build boards economically, but to also maintain the highest quality standards.  Board Shark's low overhead and consolidated board spend allows the company to pass these savings onto its customers.  Servicing customers with both quick-turn and production volumes, as well as any technology, enables Board Shark to be a true one-stop shop for most PCB assembly companies. 

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